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13 hours ago by Metro News Staff in News Northbound lanes of Interstate 79 are reopened following a single vehicle accident near the Quiet Dell exit late Sunday evening.
The monthly joins a family of publications that includes the Gilroy Dispatch, Morgan Hill Times, Hollister Free Lance, Good Times in Santa Cruz and Metro Silicon Valley.
"We look forward to building on Out & About's mission of providing family-friendly information about upcoming events and activities" said Gilroy Dispatch Publisher Jeff Mitchell.
Harrison County Sheriff's Department is investigating. Full Story » 16 hours ago by Carrie Hodousek in News Neville Lee travels for the 2 Wheels, 1 Cause organization.
Full Story » 19 hours ago by Shauna Johnson in News The U. Forest Service was handling the investigation into the fire that started with illegal fireworks, according to initial reports.
A landlocked chartered city located on the island of Luzon, it is bordered by the province of Bulacan, and cities of Caloocan Malabon and Quezon City.
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Myrvold has remained as editor but will be retiring to Southern California to be closer to her children.
Gilroy Dispatch lifestyles editor Kristi Parker Johnson, who formerly served as editorial director of a Texas-based magazine and newspaper group that included the Killeen Daily Herald, will become editor of Out & About.
Full Story » 17 hours ago by Brad Mc Elhinny in News Governor had wanted $5 million more for Tourism advertising, which the Legislature declined.